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Sep
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comment Why arrow keys are not recommended in Vim
Breaking habits is a fine answers - but forcibly preventing someone from a normal activity is fascist. Worse, the usability of (hjkl): mapping up and down to 2 keys that are vertically-indistinguishable from each other, let alone from the left and right keys..... it's a tragic demonstration of ideologically-blinded arrogance.
Aug
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answered Java 7 update for Mac OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.8
Mar
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answered Vim Solarized dark theme looks weird on iTerm2
Jul
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comment Disable a default key binding in GNU screen
For future noobs: be careful what you bind here; keys like 'ctrl-g' conflict with other sequences.
Jun
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comment Create directory of files each with a certain file size
FYI this is more of a question for serverFault.SE
Jan
6
revised How can I get my data off the hard drive that won't power on?
question asks the more general case
Jan
6
reviewed Reviewed Dual-boot archlinux and Windows 7 using grub-bios
Jan
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reviewed Reviewed More methods of freeing up space on my C drive
Jan
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reviewed Reviewed Partitioning with Windows 7 and Ubuntu 12.10
Jan
6
reviewed Reviewed What is the setfile equivalent on Lion (OS X 10.7)?
Jan
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Jan
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reviewed Reviewed How can I get my data off the hard drive that won't power on?
Jan
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suggested approved edit on How can I get my data off the hard drive that won't power on?
Jan
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revised How do I make a bash alias that outputs file names in a format I can pipe to vim?
clarify the problems happening
Jan
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answered How do I make a bash alias that outputs file names in a format I can pipe to vim?
Jan
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comment How do I make a bash alias that outputs file names in a format I can pipe to vim?
I have found that the newlines in the result were killing the input. I used tr as per my self-answer, here.
Jan
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comment How do I make a bash alias that outputs file names in a format I can pipe to vim?
These don't work, as vim will only open the first file in a return of multiple files.
Jan
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asked How do I make a bash alias that outputs file names in a format I can pipe to vim?